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Linux Administration - Linux Installation on CentOS - Linux Installation Tutorial
Linux Initialization Tutorial for Beginners - Linux Administration - Linux Commands - Using Linux YUM Package Manager - Linux Package Management with RPM and YUM - Understanding Boot Management Process - DNS Configuration in Linux - DNS Configuration - SELinux Tutorial - SELinux Features - Device Management using Udev - Understanding Udev in Linux - kernel Programming - Kernel Services in linux Administration - Linux Installation Step by Step - Bash Shell Scripting Tutorial for Beginners - Linux Tutorial - User Administration in Linux
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Linux or GNULinux is a free and open source software operating system for computers.
The operating system is a collection of the basic instructions that tell the electronic parts of the computer what to do and how to work.
Free and open source software (FOSS) means that everyone has the freedom to use it, see how it works, change it or share it.
Topics covered in this video
1.Boot and Package Management
2.Describe the boot management process
3.Identify the package management techniq ues
4.Explain the Apt-cache package management system
5.Setting Kernel parameters
6.Securing Single-user Mode(su login)
7.RPM Package Manager
8.Installing and Removing Software
9.updating a Kernel RPM
15.YUM Installation through HTTP Protocol
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Sep 12, 2018
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